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What we’ve been reading

July 9, 2010

Thanks to health care reform, health insurance plans may soon cover the whole cost of contraceptives.

On taking back our tactics and getting back to grassroots.

On the media’s insistence that being female = being fertile.

Building strong, healthy communities that support families, and provide transportation, child care, and health care, is the right way to reduce the number of abortions, says Family Planning Advocates head Tracey Brooks.

More on the BP catastrophe’s effects in already-burdened region of the U.S., and the racial and reproductive health ramifications.

The Politics on the Hudson blog covers some of the victories and some of the failures for gay rights in New York during this legislative session.

You heard about all the items Governor Paterson vetoed?  “There are no sacred cows.”  (At least we’re not New Jersey?Here’s the latest.

What has interested you this week?  Let us know in comments!

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